LTE-A

Rogers Rolls Out LTE-Advanced in 12 Cities

Rogers will today launch LTE-Advanced to customers in twelve markets in the country, Canada's biggest carrier announced. Thanks to the built-in Qualcomm MDM9625 modem found in the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, you will be able to enjoy theoretical download speeds of up to 150 Mbps. The next-generation LTE network will be available in Vancouver,...

Apple’s iPhone 6 May Include Qualcomm’s MDM9625 LTE Modem [PIC]

Apple’s next-generation iPhone could include Qualcomm’s MDM9625 LTE modem, with support for LTE-Advanced. MacRumors has released an image of what could be the logic board on the 4.7-inch model iPhone 6. The below image reportedly shows a part of the iPhone 6’s logic board, housing the A8 processor and MDM9625 LTE modem (outlined in the...

iPhone 6 Rumoured to Incorporate Faster LTE-Advanced Modem

According to information obtained Chinese leaker GeekBar (via GforGames), the next generation iPhone may support download speeds of up to 150Mbps, thanks to the LTE modem manufactured by Qualcomm it is said to incorporate. Apple has used Qualcomm chips before. The iPhone 5 and 5s teardown revealed that the latest available iPhone uses the Qualcomm...

iPhone 6 Said to Have 2GHz A8 Processor, Faster Wi-Fi, LTE-A, NFC

As we inch toward the iPhone 6 announcement, allegedly scheduled for September 9, more details emerge about the features that the highly anticipated handset is said to have built in. VentureBeat has a freshly updated list, although some of it apparently corroborates earlier reports. The anonymous source speaking with VentureBeat 'confirmed' earlier reports about a...

Vodafone Netherlands CEO Hints iPhone 6 to Support LTE Advanced

Apple’s next-generation iPhone will likely support the high-speed LTE-A standard, a much faster technology offering speeds of more than 200Mbps. The hint comes directly from Vodafone Netherlands’ CEO Rob Shuter, who spoke at a press conference in Amsterdam announcing the carrier’s plans to deploy LTE-A in more than fifty cities as early as this fall...

Speculation iPhone 5S to Support LTE-Advanced Surfaces Again

A surprise announcement from Deutsche Telecom today (via Macerkopf, 9to5Mac)) fuels speculation about the iPhone 5S being compatible with LTE-Advanced networks. The biggest German player announced today the launch of its LTE+ or LTE-Advanced networks, which allow theoretical speeds up to 150 Mbps, with the network going live in 100 cities. The announcement comes just a...